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Valley Bridge

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2017.*Photo credit to Bob Walton
2017.*Photo credit to Bob Walton
2017.*Photo credit to Bob Walton
2017.*Photo credit to Bob Walton
2017.*Photo credit to Bob Walton

The original bridge was erected by The Scarborough Valley Bridge Co and it was opened as a toll bridge in July 1865.

The present day Valley Bridge is a road bridge in Scarborough built 1926-28 by John Butler Iron Works and Coode, Fitzmaurice, Wilson and Mitchell.


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